Efficiently moving people and goods around and through New Jersey — with its 8.9 million residents and its 7,354 square miles of land — is the most pressing issue facing the state.
On that, just about everyone can agree. But when you start talking about priorities and funding, questions abound.
On February 19, NJ Spotlight will gather the region’s leading experts and policy makers to discuss these questions. We’ll first examine what the future of transportation in New Jersey should look like: What should our priorities be? How do you invest locally and regionally? How do the many tunnels and bridges in our state figure into the picture? What do demographic trends tell us about the future of our mass-transit system?
Then we’ll tackle the big question: How do we pay for it all?
Don’t miss this important discussion on the future of transportation in New Jersey, an issue that has enormous implications for every individual and business in the region.
Featuring a keynote address by Thomas K. Wright, President, Regional Plan Association.
Martin E. Robins, Director Emeritus, Alan M. Voorhees Transportation Center, Rutgers University
Michael Travostino, Government Affairs Director, Associated Construction Contractors of New Jersey
Anthony Attanasio, Executive Director, Utility and Transportation Contractors Association of New Jersey
Cathleen Lewis, Director, Public Affairs and Government Relations, AAA New Jersey Automobile Club
Joseph A. McNamara, Director, NJ LECET
Assemblyman Scott Rumana, Assembly Transportation Committee, New Jersey Legislature
Jamie Fox, Former Commissioner, New Jersey Department of Transportation
Sen. Bob Gordon, Vice Chair, New Jersey State Senate Transportation Committee
Jeff Rosenberg, Director of Government Affairs, Amalgamated Transit Union (ATU)
Additional speakers and panelists to be announced as confirmed.
What: An NJ Spotlight Roundtable: New Jersey’s Transportation Future
When: Friday, February 19th, 8:30 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Where: Mercer County Community College, James Kerney Campus, Trenton, N.J.
Continental Breakfast will be served. Admission is free but registration is required.